Sports Massage Treatments | Functional Health is well known for our hands on approach to treatment. We have always considered this to be the best method to deliver an effective treatment plan for our patients. Nothing says ‘hands on’ more than Deep Tissue Sports Massage.
While the service is Sports Massage, don’t be mistaken, it’s not just for athletes. The term is broad and encompasses a wide variety of Deep Tissue massage techniques. While we certainly provide Deep Tissue Sports Massage to both high level and weekend athletes, looking to improve performance and reduce the risk of injury, Sports Massage is also used across the board for patients who are looking for relief from ongoing pains or stiffness.
Patients with stiffness, muscle soreness and many other conditions will find considerable relief through Functional Health’s Deep Tissue Sports Massage. The treatment is a favourite amongst patients who have lost faith in Physiotherapists due to a lack of actual hands on treatment.
All our Massage Treatments are carried out by our fully qualified Physiotherapists. Functional Health firmly believe that when you couple the skill set of a Physiotherapist and deliver a Deep Manipulative Massage we can often speed up an individual’s recovery. Deep Tissue Sports Massage can be various levels of pressure and intensity, finding the balance between fast results and a patient’s pain threshold is extremely important, therapists at Functional Health understand every patient requires a different level of intensity and adapts its pressure to suit.
Results are what our patients require, at Functional Health we have an extremely wide range of experience and skills to achieve quality results. We put a strong emphasis on encouraging a healthy lifestyle and work well with external Health Professionals. The team at Functional Health would be happy for the opportunity to answer any questions or queries you might have and help you reach your physical goals, what ever they may be.
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